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that washington is not america had chaed, andalking inside, it was almost as if the aihad been sucked from the building. it seemedhat everything ha just -- a chapt had just completelyhanged. >> do yo think there will be any sense of how we shou try to get bk to what it used to be? do you think that this will have a long-term effect, or is it gng to be very partisan? >> things have changed quite a bi ihink it was former senar trent lott who recently t things inashington are not what theused to be. they have bece so lean, and the interaction, the partisanship between parties had ju gotte so much at loggerheads. its hard to see how there would be a way to break that. nator kennedy himself was very well known for managg to reach out across pty lines and make deals i notice toee the big picturto get aiece of legislatn passed. many people said that h he been welenough to work on the netiations of heth care reform, rhaps there would have been an agreement right now because he had that gift of being able to work wi republicans and docrats to reach consensus. >> there is another who, and that was t
oadcasters in america we are going to me bk and have atriking conversation. >> "whe house chronicle" is curtisn collaboration with whutt, howard university television. now, the program hosts, nationally syndicated columst llewellyn king, ando-host, linda gasparello. >> hello again, and thank you for coming alo. i promid you one of the people i admire in wasngton journalism, d here he is -- bob scranton. you probably remember him fro more than 20 years on cnn. -- herhe is -- bob frken. his real genius, ihink, has been kept from many o you, it as a writer. you can read him now politicsdailcom. you can look iup on thweb. i promise you wl be enrtained and enlightened. welcome to the show. tell me what it is likeo be a television correspondent it is thought of as alamorous thin is it glamors? >> i thinkou could take one look at me and see justow unglamorous it is. is actually quite bit of tedium. i think most people forget telesion the job of journali is the tedium of getting information right, the tedium of waing -- >> awaiting i can attest to. >> not to say at is not exciting. used to
efficient rather than making it smaller. i have one of the most important broadcasters in america. we are going to come back and have a striking conversation. >> "white house chronicle" is curtis in collaboration with whutt, howard university television. now, the program hosts, nationally syndicated columnist llewellyn king, and co-host, linda gasparello. >> hello again, and thank you for coming along. i promised you one of the people i admire in washington journalism, and here he is -- bob scranton. you probably remember him from more than 20 years on cnn. -- here he is -- bob franken. his real genius, i think, has been kept from many of you, it is as a writer. you can read him now politicsdaily.com. you can look it up on the web. i promise you will be entertained and enlightened. welcome to the show. tell me what it is like to be a television correspondent. it is thought of as a glamorous thing. is it glamorous? >> i think you could take one look at me and see just how unglamorous it is. is actually quite a bit of tedium. i think most people forget television. the job of journalism
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